I have both warning lights and gauge clusters for oil and Temp
The std temp..either went to the left head or by the thermostat....which doesnt matter.
I have the temp gauge connected to the varable restitor sensor in the valley cover next to the thermstat housing...runing the wire under the top hose.
The warning light to a on /off sensor in the head.
I have a 'T' just behind the dizzy where the oil light and or oil line to the oil gauge scrws into the block....off the T is the on /off sensor for the oil light and the capiary tube for the oil pressure gauge.
Warning lights come on, gets ones attention immediately if something goes wrong...Red Light Stop right?
With gauges, something goes wrong...well one doesnt watch them all the time on a trip..AND if getting up around 130mph or hammering thru a winding road one doent get time to read gauges.
Since I currently have warning lights, will it be necessaryto get the warning light harness or can I go ahead and get the gauge harness?
The factory loom under the dash, be it a gauge cluster car or not, has built into it where one can hook the gauge cluster loom straight in....think they did that to make things easier on the production lines???
I have only fitted the cluster gauges in once and a friends car...the gauge cluster from Classics think they came from , came with the requires loom AND full wiring diagrams.
The only real tricky bit was a new wire for the ameter from the cluster..from memory , to the battery... and sorting the grounds behind the cluster.